Quality Windows, Doors, Bi-Fold Doors and Conservatories to the Trade, DIY and Commercial
Highseal Manufacturing Company
Try to match your conservatory to your home in terms of brickwork, colours and style.
This may not be required if your conservatory meets certain criteria such as the location or size. We recommend you check with your local planning office or conservatory installer.
Consider where the sun will be in the daytime and if you will require extra ventilation or blinds. Your installer will be able to advise you.
Remember to lock up, and for added security ensure you lock your internal door which links the conservatory and your house.
It's your choice; do you want your conservatory to have a low wall or a full height glass wall to maximise the light?
Bi-fold doors can open up the whole elevation of your conservatory and bring the outside in. They can be used from your house into your conservatory or from the conservatory to the outside. This helps to maximise the space available to you.
Will your conservatory affect their enjoyment of their garden or sunlight?
Conservatories can be supplied in traditional woodgrain and painted effect foils in a range of popular and contemporary colours. Different foil finishes can also be applied to internal and external faces. Different internal trims are available and decorative features such as ball finial or aluminium hopper.
They are typically glazed with 24mm insulated double glass as the weight of these DG units are easily handled by the roof. A range of roof glass solutions is available such as solar control, low maintenance, low E and gas filled options.